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OS:Bob Boyce Electrolyzer:Hathaway Photos

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: See also OS:Bob Boyce Electrolyzer Plans

Congress:Former Member:Todd Hathaway has been helping Bob Boyce develop his prototypes. The following are a sampling of photos he submitted on ~April 14, 2008.


Download (13 Mb mp3) - On April 14, 2008, Congress:Founder:Sterling D. Allan conducted a 1-hour, live interview with Congress:Former Member:Todd Hathaway as part of the Free Energy Now radio series.

Hydroxy Contest Live from Jarboe's Mill (April 17-18, 2008)


The entire set of photos in high resolution may be downloaded from:

Electrolysis Chamber
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Unit as set up during the cleansing process, with NaOH 3% solution. After two or three days of cleansing the unit to remove impurities from the steel plates and box, a ~20+% solution of KOH is used to condition the box in preparation for use either as a booster or in resonance mode for high volume output of hydroxy gas.

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Collection Set-up
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Filter material was added to the top of the inside of the box for use during resonance operation. The filter material helps prevent the aqueous solution of KOH from overflowing into the other cells.

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Electrolysis Plates
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An inside look at the box with 100 cells, or 101 plates, with each space acting as an individual cell. Voltage does not exceed 2V per cell during operation.

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Circuit Components
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Circuit board fully loaded and housed in aluminum housing to protect the circuitry during resonance operation.

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Toroid Coils
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Photo of two torroid coils prior to straightening and properly spacing the 16 MILSPEC gauge wire. This is necessary during resonance since the longitudinal energy travels on the outside of the wire which is silver coated for a faster responce. The wiring cannot be spliced or the resonance effect will be lost.

Showing the wire so people can see the layers and how the wire is wrapped. It was taped before placing into the aluminum enclosure.

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Winding Toroid
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Photo shows the 20 gauge wire for one of the three phases. The 20 gauge wire must also be straightened and evenly spaced for resonance operation.

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Oscilloscope Shot
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Snapshot shows the three peaks in the middle, representing 10.7, 21.4, and 42.8 kHz from left to right, not counting the first peak which results from the three combined signals.